Berliner Impressionen 1973

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Material delivered to the 24.1.1975 at Federal Press Office Brandenburg Gate. Long-haired girl face, great. Mireille Mathieu sings "Aurrevoir mon amaour. You've given me A lot to"dance at movie ball. Plane lands. Hildegard Knef immediately upon arrival. Young couple moves in classic cars through the city. Driving pictures radio tower, Hansa district.
Berlin Palais am Funkturm. Smoking chimneys. Workers. Industries. Manufacture of lamps, pills. Construction of houses. Exhibition. Picture of top road loop. Cityscape aerial view Philharmonic, Kurfürstendamm, Gedächtniskirche, Kaiserdamm (Adenauer Dam). Transformer Olympic Stadium.
Spectator with Sun glasses, wholesale. Football match ZL. Jubilation after scoring with blue-and-white flags. High jump, Polo, rider, runner, swimmer, Trotter, cyclist. Gymnast. Golf, motor Boater, racer, springboard diving.
Demonstration. Parade of the army of occupation. Four power agreement Abrassimov: "end well, all well". Brandt cheered actuality: "this our city, my dear Berliners and Berlin has better chances than at some point since then since the end of the second world war. For the first time for 20 years not from one another we remove us, but come closer to one another."
Wall. Limit visitors. Meeting friends and relatives. Frenzpolizei of other border control.
Evening of theatre. Theatre, Ballettl Theatre visitors. Rear building facades. Woman at the window. Street Theatre.
Berlin of Red Sun ball. Lake, reeds, sunset on the water. Sculptures in the open air. Painting: Spitzweg, Rembrandt. Nefertiti. Any women and girls. Face painting, great. Fashion. Jazz Festival. Pianist, saxophonist. Clapping Berlin the city in the evening. Colorful neon lights. Red light green light. Striptease dancer. Gourmet restaurant.
Udo Jürgens, umdrängt by fans singing: "Goodbye and thank you for this beautiful day Reic beautiful h me hand goodbye and thank you beautiful"

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Berliner Impressionen

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Federal Republic of Germany

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1973

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Mireille Mathieu turns 75 (*July 22, 1946)

The fairy-tale career of Mireille Mathieu is like a modern version of Cinderella. The little girl from a poor home in provincial France has one passion: singing. She dreams of becoming a singer – just like her great role model Edith Piaf. At the age of 14 she left school without a diploma and worked as an unskilled labourer in a paper factory to help support her 16-member family. Until one day in November 1965 when she won the television show "Télé Dimanche" with a Piaf interpretation and became the talk of the town as the reincarnation of the "Sparrow of Paris”.

Her first single promptly sold 1.7 million copies, and the song "Mon Crédo" climbed to No. 1 in the French charts. Songs like "Acropolis adieu" and "La Palome adé" eventually made the chansonette world famous. In her career spanning more than 50 years, the petite woman with the striking pageboy haircut has recorded 1,200 songs in eleven languages, sold almost 190 million records and completed seven world tours. She has hosted her own television shows in France, Germany and Italy, performed on stage with ABBA, Tom Jones and Charles Aznavour, and sung for heads of state such as Elizabeth II, Nicolas Sarkozy and Vladimir Putin. The poor girl has become a world star.

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